Centralized Templates To Help Harmonize Trial Dossiers Requirements Across The EU
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Following feedback from its clinical trials expert group, the European Commission has published new and updated templates that sponsors can use to prepare study applications that would be acceptable in all the EU member states.
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The EU guideline on the Clinical Trials Regulation has been updated with a list of member state websites where sponsors can find information on national requirements for trial applications.
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At a recent webinar on the EU Clinical Trial Information System (CTIS), representatives from different EU member states said the new system was working well and highlighted certain “good practices” for study sponsors to consider.